Liz Dolan to launch a new podcast I Hate My Boss

Liz has a new podcast launching next week called I Hate My Boss. She and her co-host will have some fun trying to help stamp out Bad Bossery and all the other drama that unfolds at the office.

On today’s Satellite Sisters, Liz explains all about the new podcast she will be hosting called I Hate My Boss.  The first two episodes will launch April 3 but you can listen to a teaser here to get the idea.  Check it out and subscribe at iTunes so you’ll get every new show as its posted. Do you have a dilemma you think she and co-host Larry Seal should tackle?  Call their hotline at 424-224-5711 or email the show at IHateMyBoss@wondery.com.

Want more details?  We’ll be distributing the first episode in the Satellite Sisters feed this weekend but here’s the official press release:

 

WONDERY PREMIERES CAREER ADVICE PODCAST SERIES I HATE MY BOSS

New Podcast Offers Expert Advice And Comedic Relief For Your Daily Workplace Experience

 

LOS ANGELES, March 20, 2017 – Today Wondery announces the launch of their sixth original podcast series I Hate My Boss. The format-busting series will resolve the dilemma most of us have: Whom do I turn to with a tricky question about my workplace, boss or co-workers?

 

In I Hate My Boss, co-hosts and workplace heroes Liz Dolan and Larry Seal will take listeners’ questions and give them advice, with the help of a scripted comedy segment based at the fictional ad agency Penn & Pencil. The characters will serve as points of reference for listeners, and will include a boss who thrives on conflict and an egomaniac yet charming creative director, as performed by UCB-trained actors.

The series will also feature exclusive interviews with thought leaders, who share some of their most difficult and career-defining workplace moments.

“Every workplace has both drama and comedy, so does I Hate My Boss. Add in fear, love, loyalty, betrayal, ambition, frustration, bliss, burnout, self-awareness and denial, and you have an emotional roller coaster. Strap yourself in!” said Dolan.

Dolan, an awarded global marketer, has served as CMO at global brands such as NIKE, OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network and National Geographic Channels. She is also co-host of the long-running podcast and media brand Satellite Sisters, winner of 13 Gracie Allen Awards. Seal, a renowned executive coach and Founder and CEO of EngagedLeadership, has worked with thousands of leaders at over 200 organizations, including Google, Disney, H&M, Lucasfilm, and Sony, and over 70 of the Global 500 companies.

“Using our hearts, humor and hard-won experience, we’ll help you make the big decisions, better sort through the small stuff, and help you get more fulfillment from your work life,” said Seal.

“So many shows give advice about relationships or money – I Hate My Boss will take a space that’s seldom been addressed before: how to love your work and your workplace, in the most entertaining and meaningful possible way,” said Hernan Lopez, Founder & CEO, Wondery.

The first two episodes will premiere April 3rd, with a special sneak preview available today wherever you listen to podcasts. Audiences can submit their burning workplace questions anonymously via the I Hate My Boss hotline at 424-224-5711. I Hate My Boss joins Wondery as the newest original, alongside the critically acclaimed series Inside Psycho, Hollywood & Crime, FOUND, Terms, and Secrets, Crimes & Audiotape.

About Wondery:

Wondery is a network of storytellers that creates and curates podcasts to connect wonderers and brands to a world of entertainment and a world of knowledge. For more information, visit wondery.com.

Press Contact:

Cory Councill
Fifteen Minutes Public Relations
(323) 508-3706; cory@fifteenminutes.com

 

 

By | March 28th, 2017|

Liz’s new podcast. Lian’s Got Talent? Julie’s got international news.

Liz has a new podcast launching next week called I Hate My Boss. She and her co-host will have some fun trying to help stamp out Bad Bossery and all the other drama that unfolds at the office. Call or write if you have your own dilemma. Workplace drama. Comedic relief.

Liz announces a new podcast she’s doing that launches next week.  It’s called I Hate My Boss.  Hear all about it! Then, Lian’s Got Talent? Oh, wait. No. Lian went to a TAPING of America’s Got Talent with a Satellite Sister from high school and a balloon unicorn. And Julie travels with world in her International News Round-Up: Russia, Malaysia, North Korea, Italy.  You are going to need an AWAY carry-on for this one!

On Monday April 3rd, Liz has a new podcast launching called I Hate My Boss.  Here’s a teaser. She’s co-hosting it with executive coach Larry Seal.  It’s a workplace advice show that combines comedy, drama and common sense.  Please go to iTunes and subscribe.  While you are at iTunes, why not leave a fresh review of Satellite Sisters?  Thanks.  If you want to participate in I Hate My Boss, call the hotline with your own workplace dilemma at 424-224-5711 or email the show at iHateMyBoss@wondery.com.  This weekend, you will get the first episode of I Hate My Boss in your Satellite Sisters feed so you can give it a listen.  You can also reach the show on Facebook or Twitter @IHateMyBossShow.

America's Got Talent Judges

Now that Lian has seen her up close and personal at the taping of America’s Got Talent, she can confirm that Heidi Klum is as beautiful in person as she appears on TV. We are just sorry she has to snuggle up with Simon Cowell.

Also today, Lian tells us the tale of a reunion with a long lost high school friend who came into town to compete on America’s Got Talent.  She can’t share all the details because the show has not aired yet, but you are going to want to get the news on this balloon artist whose ballon unicorn went viral.

Julie has a complete International News Round-Up today. Get the latest stories from Russia, Malaysia, North Korea and Italy.  You should try Gnammo, the app to get a home-cooked meal in Italy before it’s too late. Do you want an AirBNB for food?

Oh, brother. The Prime Ministers of Britain and Scotland meet to talk about Brexit and this is the headline that results?

On another international note, we just have to ask: Is this really necessary?  Thank you to Satellite Sister Zelah Meyer who gave us a little historical perspective on the Daily Mail in the Satellite Sisters Facebook Group.

In the Customer Service Department, both Liz and Julie had a major fail.  Liz has a bone to pick with Target.  Were 16 separate packages REALLY necessary for her 16 cushions? And Julie wants Hertz to know that she’s safe but she’s not HAPPY.

On the issues of #Leggingsgate, all three sisters may disagree on the United airlines dress code but ultimately agree that EVERYONE should wear more clothes on planes.  How about that for a plan? What with your short shorts and flip flops, aren’t you all freezing?

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By | March 28th, 2017|
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